NFL Preseason, Redskins Vs. Ravens: Time, TV Schedule And Announcers

The Washington Redskins and Baltimore Ravens will renew their subdued Beltway rivalry on Thursday night in the third game of the NFL preseason. The Redskins have won both of their first two preseason games convincingly, but the Ravens should offer a stiffer test than the Steelers and Colts, who rested most of their starters. Here is a complete guide for the game, including start time, TV schedule, announcers and more.

What: Washington Redskins vs. Baltimore Ravens.

When: 8 p.m.

Channel: ESPN. You can also view the game on WDCA

Radio: ESPN 980 AM, WWXX 94.3 FM, WWXT 92.7 FM

Announcers: Mike Tirico, Ron Jaworski and Jon Gruden

Pregame coverage: "Redskins Kickoff" will begin on CSN Washington at 7 p.m. "Monday Night Countdown" will begin on ESPN at 7 p.m.

Big question: Who will start at quarterback for the Redskins. Rex Grossman? John Beck? Both are expected to receive reps with the first team in any event.

One thing to watch for: Given that the game is in Baltimore, and given the tragic death of former Orioles pitcher Mike Flanagan, there will likely be some sort of tribute.

Injured Redskins: Chris Cooley, Ryan Torain, LaRon Landry, Adam Carriker, Brandon Banks, Malcolm Kelly, Kareem Moore.

For more on the Redskins vs. Ravens game, visit Hogs Haven and Baltimore Beatdown.

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